Event Details
Sunday 22 October 2023

The 7 Bridges Walk Course

Find everything you need to know about the 7 Bridges Walk course by selecting a starting village in our interactive map.

Use the filters to show difficult sections or facilities along the route.

Key

The Route:

main route iconWalking route - clockwise

stairs iconWalk route - bush

inacessible iconMain route - inaccessible

bush iconBush routes - rough

stairs iconStairs

inclines iconSteep Inclines

Facilities:

toiletsToilets

water stationsWater stations

VILLAGES

There will be six villages around the course that you must pass through to complete the walk. Each of the villages will provide information, first aid, water, toilets plus food, refreshments, and entertainment. You will have your Event Guide stamped at the end of each bridge and at your starting village when you complete the full course.

Toilet and water facilities in between villages are marked on the course map.

The locations for the villages are clearly marked on the course map:

  1. MILSONS POINT VILLAGE on Cammeraigal Country

    Bradfield Park, Corner of Alfred Street South & Fitzroy Street, Milsons Point

  2. PYRMONT VILLAGE on Gadigal Country 

    Pyrmont Bay Park, Pirrama Road (Murray Street), Pyrmont

  3. ROZELLE VILLAGE on Wangal Country

    Callan Park, Corner of Waterfront Drive & Military Drive, Lilyfield

  4. HUNTERS HILL VILLAGE on Wallumedegal Country

    1st Hunters Hill Scouts Hall (Windeyer Hall), 1 Durham Street, Hunters Hill

  5. LANE COVE VILLAGE on Cammeraigal Country

    Central Park, Kenneth Street, Longueville

  6. WOLLSTONECRAFT VILLAGE on Cammeraigal Country

    Brennan Park, Corner of King Street & Hazelbank, Wollstonecraft

7 Bridges Walk was first launched by The Pedestrian Council of Australia in 2006, with Cancer Council NSW as the sole charity partner from 2010-2021. Since the event began, over $10.5m has been raised to fund world-class cancer research and vital support services.